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From Cannes: "Shan He Gu Ren" ("Mountains May Depart") Beautiful but Flawed

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews "Shan He Gu Ren" ("Mountains May Depart"), a film by ​Jia Zhang-Ke that documents a love story spanning several decades.

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From Cannes: "Hitchcock/Truffaut" Illuminates

In our continuing Cannes coverage, Tianxing Lan discusses Ken Jones's documentary "Hitchcock/Truffaut," which examines the historic interview in which the two great directors met.

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From Cannes: "La loi du marché" ("The Measure of a Man") Comes Up to Scratch

In our continuing coverage from Cannes, Tianxing Lan examines Stéphane Brizé's soul-crushing drama about a man cornered by his economic circumstances, "La loi du marché" (English "The Measure of a Man").

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From Cannes: "O Piseu" ("Office") Thrills, Horrifies

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "O Piseu" (English "Office"), a horrifying South Korean crime drama and the debut film of director Hong Won-chan.

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From Cannes: "Louder Than Bombs" Disjointed but Touching

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "Louder Than Bombs," a flawed but nuanced portrait of a family in mourning.

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From Cannes: "Dheepan" Oppressive, Nuanced

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews Jacques Audiard's "Dheepan," an oppressively dark examination of the living conditions of immigrants in France.

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Cinéma de la Plage

The Cinéma de la Plage is the venue for free, public screenings of old films in the evening.

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From Cannes: "Carol" Stuns

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews "Carol," a romantic drama featuring tremendous performances from Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.

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From Cannes: "Inside Out" a Colorful, Fresh Allegory

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "Inside Out," a refreshing new Pixar film about the emotions.

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From Cannes: "Sicario" a Raw Look at the Drug War

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "Sicario," a police drama taking a long, hard look at the drug wars.

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From Cannes: "The Lobster" Grabs Success

In our continuing coverage from Cannes, Alan Xie reviews director Yorgos Lanthimos's first English-language feature, "The Lobster," which complicates the usual dichotomies of dystopia films.

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From Cannes: "Nahid" a Powerful Representation of Iranian Society

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews "Nahid," a powerful drama about a divorced woman trying to raise her son in modern Iran.

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From Cannes: "Mia madre" ("My Mother") Touching and Virtuosic

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews Nanni Moretti's "Mia madre" (English "My Mother"), which weaves together disparate narratives to paint a melancholy picture of its subject's life.

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From Cannes: "As Mil E Uma Noites" ("Arabian Nights") Brings Fantasy to Reality

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews the odd satirical film "As Mil E Uma Noites" ("Arabian Nights"), in which director Miguel Gomes uses fantasy to explain the reality of modern Portugal.

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From Cannes: "Mon roi" Melodramatic but Successful

In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews "Mon roi," Maïwenn's tear-soaked romantic drama.

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